Hotel Le Sorgenti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Friday 22 August Left Venice for Calazo via train with 2 changes on the way. It was nice to sit back and enjoy the countryside and villages along the way. We arrived at Hotel Ferrovia a day before the gAdventures scheduled meeting 5:30 the next day. This gave us time to check out the Supermarket and local shops. Saturday 23 August With all day to fill in until 5:30 we hired bikes, caught the Bike Bus from Calalzo to Cimabanche and rode 52 Kms in pouring rain back ...
Okay so I've been extremely slack with the whole blog thing, but I know Steve is keeping things up to date, so I'm going to summarise. Rome was amazing, but we were warned about pickpocketers so we were really on edge the whole time we were there. We went on a tour of the colosseum, had a wander around the roman forums, and visited an Italian war museum, a monk crypt, plus had a number of delicious meals at the street cafes. My inner geek loved it for the ...
... down to bathers! The bar were in-between service periods. So instead of food we got some beers, followed by a bottle of wine and then discovered the 'buckets' of cocktails. So safe to say by the time dinner rolled round it was a bit of a drunken blur for us all...it was tasty however. Up early, not early enough to make it in time for breakfast (the number of breakfasts we've sacrificed for sleep!) so settled for yoghurt, we didn't have any spoons so opted for biscotti to scoop it! We ...
... is very beautiful. I arrived in Venice after a 17 hour Trenitalia journey in a Wagon Lits (very comfortable cabin sleeper for two - I shared bunk beds with Ferella, an Italian woman from Padova who spoke excellent English) on time (actually train was early and had to stop in various towns to let the time catch up to it, a rarity in Italy I understand from Ferella). The local newspaper was delivered to our cabin in the morning, along with our ...
... room. The only other table in the room with patrons was occupied by an aging couple who apparently had less and less to say to each other as the years passed. They were remarkable silent throughout the meal. The sparse comments, more often than not, related to the firmness of the fish or the lovely curtains hanging in the windows. I would rather eat a bullet. God, please never let that happen to me. The next day when I got up it was still raining though not terribly hard. ...